Michael Raupp against a white background, with a spider in one hand and twig-like insects on his shirt and ear

Michael Raupp (Credit: University of Maryland)

How will a hotter planet reshape the insect world? Join us for a special Pollinator Week webinar, with entomologist and author Michael Raupp. He’ll reveal how climate change is shifting weather patterns around the globe, and what that means for insects and mites in the mid-Atlantic. Learn how rising temperatures impact insect abundance, distributions, seasonal behaviors and the web of interactions among plants, herbivores and their natural enemies.

This webinar will be recorded! Closed captions will be available during the live event and on the recording. By signing up on Zoom, you’ll be able to join live and receive a link to the recording approximately 1 week after the live webinar.

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